A comparative home activity monitoring study using visual and inertial sensors

@article{Tao2015ACH,
  title={A comparative home activity monitoring study using visual and inertial sensors},
  author={Lili Tao and Tilo Burghardt and Sion L. Hannuna and Massimo Camplani and Adeline Paiement and Dima Damen and Majid Mirmehdi and Ian Craddock},
  journal={2015 17th International Conference on E-health Networking, Application & Services (HealthCom)},
  year={2015},
  pages={644-647}
}
Monitoring actions at home can provide essential information for rehabilitation management. This paper presents a comparative study and a dataset for the fully automated, sample-accurate recognition of common home actions in the living room environment using commercial-grade, inexpensive inertial and visual sensors. We investigate the practical home-use of body-worn mobile phone inertial sensors together with an Asus Xmotion RGB-Depth camera to achieve monitoring of daily living scenarios. To… CONTINUE READING
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